Aditi Ashok Aiming to Maintain Good Form at Xiamen Ladies Open in China

Updated: 12 October 2016 21:53 IST

Aditi Ashok, who has been having a terrific rookie year, will play with Simin Feng and Isabelle Boineau of France in the first two rounds

Aditi Ashok Aiming to Maintain Good Form at Xiamen Ladies Open in China
Aditi Ashok has had a brilliant rookie year so far. (File photo) © AFP

Xiamen:

Aditi Ashok, who is on a brilliant run of three top 10 finishes in last three starts, shifts continents in her quest for her maiden Ladies European Tour title, as she tees up at the Xiamen International Ladies Open on Thursday.

The 18-year-old Bengaluru golfer, who has been having a terrific rookie year, will play with Simin Feng and Isabelle Boineau of France in the first two rounds.

Aditi was tied ninth in Germany, sixth in Spain and tied 10th in France and is now seen as a dark horse who can make a bid for the title any week.

She is now on a hot streak and this could well be a big week for young Aditi.

Another Indian in the field this week will be Vani Kapoor, who has found success at the fledgling home tour in India, but is yet to hit it big on Asian or European Tours.

Aditi, who is now 34th on the LET Rankings, is also third in the race for rookie of the year.

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Highlights
  • Aditi Ashok will aim to maintain her top form when she tees off in Xiamen
  • The 18-year-old has been having a brilliant year so far
  • Aditi is seen as a dark horse for the title
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